An Alzheimer’s diagnosis may make your loved one feel alone, but they should know that they’re far from that when they receive care from Visiting Angels Mid Maine. According to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, over five million people across the nation may have Alzheimer’s disease. If you are unaware of what Alzheimer’s is, it is a brain disease that causes a gradual decline of thinking, memory, and reasoning skills. Caring for a loved one affected by the challenges of Alzheimer's can be a tremendous undertaking. Know that help is within your reach from the knowledgeable team at Visiting Angels Mid Maine through our living assistance services.
There currently is no cure for this debilitating disease, but there are things that can help care for seniors with Alzheimer's and slow down the process and cope with symptoms. Spotting the disease early gives you the best chance at improving your loved one’s quality of life.
If you notice any of the following warning signs, be sure to get them in front of a physician as soon as possible:
If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in Bangor, Auburn, or the surrounding area, our living assistance services may be a good fit for them. For more information or to explore our living assistance services, contact our office today.